Recently I was reading a modeling article somewhere out there on the Internet,
and the writer was talking about using coupons, at places like Michael's, Jo-Anns, and Hobby Lobby.
I've never been very big on using coupons for much of anything, but I figured what-the-heck.
I needed some brass and figured I would stop by Hobby Lobby on my way home the next day.
I went to Hobby Lobby's website and printed out a 40% off coupon.
The package of brass I bought retailed for $3.99, but only cost me $2.39 (plus tax) with my coupon.
So, if you are like me, and need to stop by one of these places for some supplies,
why not save a buck or two and get a coupon.
All these stores have neat tools, doodads and stuff.
Nye, Inyo & Esmeralda Railroad
I agree with you.
Matter of fact, the can of Testor's Dullcote (now made by Rust-O-Leum)
costs close to $6 at the "train shop" but is $3.99 at Hobby Lobby...that's without a coupon!
Nope, I don't have any financial stake in HL,
except that they get some of my anti-social security money occasionally.
Nope, they don't have any On30 (1:35n2) trucks or detail parts,
but then NEITHER does the train store! Go figger!
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